Liquid-liquid phase separation in aerosol particles : dependence on O : C , organic functionalities , and compositional complexity

@inproceedings{Song2012LiquidliquidPS,
  title={Liquid-liquid phase separation in aerosol particles : dependence on O : C , organic functionalities , and compositional complexity},
  author={Mijung Song and Claudia Marcolli and Ulrich K Krieger and Andreas Zuend and T Simon Peter},
  year={2012}
}
[1] Atmospheric aerosol particles may undergo liquidliquid phase separation (LLPS) when exposed to varying relative humidity. In this study we investigated the occurrence of LLPS for mixtures consisting of up to ten organic compounds, ammonium sulfate, and water in relationship with the organic oxygen-to-carbon (O:C) ratio. LLPS always occurred for O:C < 0.56, never occurred for O:C > 0.80, and depended on the specific types and compositions of organic functional groups in the regime 0.56 < O:C… CONTINUE READING
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